Casino Enterprise Management - Ortiz Gaming has created the next evolutionary step in the slot floor with the Ortiz Standard. Using a complex combination of our proprietary unbendable math and hold models, an often-imitated game configuration, denomination control, a series of time-inchair methodologies, and a revenue-expanding buy-a-pay extra bonus ball feature, the Ortiz Standard not only increases win-per-unit but redefines the expectation of your floor average performance. Different from simply adding new machines to your product mix and comparing floor or location averages, introduction of Ortiz Gaming machines represents not just an increase in win per unit, but an evolution in the thinking about revenue models.
Proven in 14 countries, the Ortiz Standard redefines the expectation of game average performance. The new standard sets a new history for slot floor metrics, just as the move from steppers to video slots was a huge change in expectations and business models, the Ortiz Standard is that next evolutionary step of slot floors. We are all accustomed to the evolutionary process that dramatically changed revenue models over the years: Initially most games were three-reel 25₵ steppers with a maximum daily theoretical of only $642 per day (at the national average 8½ % hold). The next evolution of the slot floor was 25-line “penny” games with a maximum daily theoretical of $1,652; an insane increase of more than a thousand dollars per game. The Ortiz Standard creates a new set of expectations: a maximum theoretical of untapped potential gains.
The Supply and Demand of the Slot Floor
The Ortiz Standard creates an entirely new metric for expectations of game performance and a new set of expectations for the slot floor. Where other games have a low maximum ceiling for theoretical win, the Ortiz Games have a significantly higher potential maximum daily theoretical. This key difference redefines ‘what is the floor average’ as it is no longer defined by some arbitrary threshold of how much a machine can make. Using the common 25-line Penny reel, figure one shows there is no actual standard economics supply and demand curve, because there is a max profit per player which can be made on the machines. With Ortiz Gaming machines, maximum theoretical is much higher than any other game; creating a true supply and demand scenario, allowing a player’s wallet to determine what their true floor average actually is.
The Math of the Games
This revelation is made possible by a shift in mathematical models which is possible only in Ortiz Gaming machines, with the Ortiz Standard. The Ortiz Standard delivers complex math models in fun and engaging bonuses for customers, creating the ultimate combination of revenue generation with customer focus. Much of the Ortiz Gaming library is made up of bingo themed games, these games allow players to play up to four bingo cards at once, as well as make bets on each card from 1 to 20 credits, meaning the initial max bet can be up to 80 credits on a bingo game. Unlike, slot reel games which have multiple games at once, the bingo cards do not cause players to focus on multiple confusing games at once, since the cards are being marked from one ball drop, similar to playing multiple games in person.